NSA325-v2 - SkyHawk support?

Lefty Posts: 4  Freshman Member
edited February 2020 in Personal Cloud Storage
It seems that my NSA325 doesn't recognize 6TB Seagate SkyHawk drive. Could that be the case?
Rather - is there high risk that specific drives might not work if are not on supported HDD list? Or normally most of HDD should work plug-and-play right away?


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  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,642  Guru Member
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    Are you sure that disk is alive? Sata is sata. Any disk which meets the sata specs should work, unless it can't spin up due to power constraints. I never had a random disk in a random NAS rejected.
  • Lefty
    Lefty Posts: 4  Freshman Member
    Yea, I did health checks on windows system.
    Thanks for the answer though, I'll play around a bit, with assumption that it should work.

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